Shark attack at popular resort results in tourist’s death after losing an arm and a leg

Shark attack at popular resort results in tourist’s death after losing an arm and a leg

Shark attack at popular resort results in tourist’s death after losing an arm and a leg

Shark attack at popular resort results in tourist’s death after losing an arm and a leg

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A tourist has passed away after suffering severe shark bite injuries at a well-known resort in Egypt.

After the Red Sea horror, the Austrian woman, then 68, passed away in an ambulance from “shock.”

Her frantic swim back to shore after “missing an arm and a limb” in the attack at the resort frequented by British tourists is captured on horrifying video.

Russian tourists who complained about the lack of lifeguards or rescues were observed while videos were being made.

The woman’s blood was seen in the water as she struggled – wearing a flipper – to make her way back to a pier.

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A large crowd watched the drama but no-one was seen entering the water to help the woman.

According to some stories, when the woman was being attacked, visitors sprinted out of the water and attempted to “distract the shark from the victim.”

The incident occurred in Sahl Hasheesh, a well-known bay on Egypt’s Red Sea coast close to Hurghada.

It appears that the victim was married to an Egyptian and resided there with him.

She had lost one arm, but Russian witnesses failed to note that she had also lost a leg.

“There is no ambulance, and no one is attending to her.

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She is armless up to her elbow.

She was “grabbed by the shark and twisted about.”

Russian speakers can be heard asking: “Where are the rescuers? She’s covered in blood, f*** that. She lost an arm to the shark.

Where are the rescue personnel? Shark where are you? Lifeguards? The lifeguards are missing.

The woman managed to reach the shore before passing away, possibly from severe shock brought on by the pain of the savage attack.

According to one source, “doctors battled for her life for a long period, giving her cardiopulmonary resuscitation, but she could not be rescued.”

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Following the incident on Friday, swimming, diving, snorkelling, and fishing were outlawed from the Sahl Hasheesh region to Makadi Bay for three days, according to local reports.

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